Posts Tagged ‘mochi’

hojicha mochi with tapioca flour

Hojicha Mochi with Tapioca Flour

Save Print Hojicha Mochi with Tapioca Flour   Hojicha mochi has an earthy flavor and jelly-like texture. You can substitute kinako (roasted soybean flour) with almond flour. Place one to two tablespoons of almond flour on a small sheet of aluminum foil and toast for one minute in a toaster oven. It burns easily, so […]

tapioca flour mochi

Matcha Mochi with Tapioca Flour

Save Print   This mochi is made from tapioca flour (starch). It is jelly-like and a little bit chewy. The slightly sweet mochi is generously sprinkled with bittersweet matcha. If you would like to add some more sweetness, pour a little bit of maple syrup over the mochi. Ingredients 80g (3 oz) tapioca flour (starch) […]

genmaicha with camelia

Genmaicha–why rice in tea?

Genmaicha is green tea with roasted brown rice. It has a unique, nutty flavor–almost like popcorn. It is very comforting and getting popular among tea lovers these days. But why rice in tea?! Who put rice in tea first? There are several stories, one of which is that a tea merchant in Kyoto put pieces […]